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It means that the coin was minted in Carson City, Nevada.

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Yep, they do exist. CC means they were made at the Carson City mint.


If it has the CC mintmark it means it was made at the Carson City mint.


The letters "CC" on any U.S. coin means it was made at the Carson-City Nevada Mint.



The value of a 1883 uncirculated cc silver dollar is $200.00 or more but,not over than $250.00


Keep in mind that not all silver dollars have the CC mintmark. If your coin does have a CC mintmark it would be above the DO in dollar on the back of the coin.


There were no 1888-CC Morgam silver dollars minted.


You are going to have to provide the year the coin was minted - the mint mark 'CC' (Carson City) was minted on multiple year Silver Dollar coins.


There were no silver dollars struck at Carson City in 1887. Any 1887 dollar with a CC mint mark is a counterfeit.


The earliest Carson City silver dollar is the 1870-CC Seated Liberty dollar.


CC refers to Carson City, Nevada where the coin was minted.


On the reverse side between the letters and the eagle


If you have a 1895 Morgan with a Carson-City mintmark it's fake. 1893 was the last CC Morgan dollar.


If it has any mintmark, it's on the back under the eagle and above the DO in dollar.


A morgan silver dollar cost minimum 30 dollars but if it has a "S" or a "CC" mintmark it can sell up to 130 dollars.


Current retail is $75 to $100 depending on condition. It varies a great deal : 1882 CC Morgan Silver Dollar A EXTRA FINE Coin $95.00 1882-CC Morgan Dollar PCGS MS-65 $300.00 1882-cc Morgan Dollar PCGS MS66 VAM-2B $1000.00


CC is the mint mark for Carson City, but that mint didn't open until 1870.


Yes. It could have a CC or S mintmark.


Generally speaking, the Carson City silver dollar will have a greater value than one minted elsewhere during the same time period.


The Carson City Mint did not exist in 1842, so no Liberty Seated dollar dated 1842 could have a "CC" Mintmark.


Please look at the coin again. No 1887 Morgans exist with CC mintmarks.


It will have "CC" in the mint mark position, on the reverse side above the DO in DOLLAR.


Please post a new and rephrased question. You're asking if a Carson City dollar is a Carson City dollar, which is of course ALWAYS true.


Please look at the coin again. No 1886 Morgan dollars exist with CC mintmarks.


Under the DO in DOLLAR it could either be blank or their could be a O, S, or, CC.



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